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Y WMiRfs pp3j f jl y 1k j THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS1ll3ls SI 00 In Advance I I YOU XXIXmFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY FEB 24 I9C6 NOp 251For the Roundabout OLD TIMES IN FRANKFORT No X tA familiar Ipnn on the streets of Frankfort of tJiat c1awnH the portly figure of Col S I M Major who was the Mayor Public Printer nod proprietor of the Yooman news accomplishedkselected library in Central Ken tuck Ho was often seen in com pany with 0his two inseparable VallandinghamHensley legislative reporter Col J Stoddard Johnston was editor of the Yeoman and the friendly bouts between it and tho Commonwealth of which Col A G Hodges was publisher were sharp crisp and racy The two papers wero long the accepted or gnus of the Whig or Union and Democratic parties Ned Burns who did business on the corner of Cat Fish Alley and Broadway or Market street was well known as a person of forcible views and possessed of a deal of dry humor His business required his close attention anti one day in passing his establishment a citizen now living reprimanded him for not being in attendance at church Niver moiirJ niver you moind Ill be in heaven long before you ever get to Cincinnati The sneeze of Uncle else Alley who kept a livery stable on Main street and his sonorous snore that proclaimed his entrance into the land of dreams were historic events that strongly impressed the minds and lived in the memories of those who resided in the vicinity Judge JackBibb had retired from the bench and being a fisherman of recognized standing and reputa tion was wont to employ his leisure hours in strolling down to the city wharf taking his chair with him and trying his luck in the river On one occasion ho eta ployed a frog for bait thinking to beguile a catfish Casting his bait intu the river he sat and waited i for a bite The day was warm the sun hot and as tho moments passed Judge Bibb fell asleep How 1ui g ho slept is not evident possibly an hourbut when he awoke and began to reel in his line kept returning to him till it reached his foot when looking down he saw the frog sitting on tho ground by his chair and looking up at him witn a smile that was childlike and bland The old Dominion Restaurant of Dennis L Haly with old Ben as cook fed its thousands of public mot from all parts of the country representing all stations and ranks of public life and the stories and incidents affecting public monI that floated through its rooms during time convivial hours would fill volumes Tho experiences of various unso phisticated members of the Legis lature formed no little part of the household talk of that time One member from tho waters of Holl forSartin Creekwas inclined to attend divine services on Sunday Strolling down street without a guide he finally landed at tho door of the Episcopal Church Ho entered and remained till tho congre gation was dismissed Later a friend was inquiring of him If he went to church and whore011s- aid he I went down and hunted around and saw a onehorn tintop church and wont in II How did you get along was the inquiryEasy he replied I didnt want to bo out done so II riz and full with time balance Another member from the North Fork of Bitter Crook brought his frau with him to see tho Legisla turo and tho sights of tho big city v She was dressed in homespun and wore a poke bonnott There was a grand opus at Major Hall that night Several brother members of the Legislature thought it would bo a good thing for her and her husband to go and bo dazzled by the wonders of tho stage and bought tickets for both She de dinedtthey insisted At last after much persuasion she reluc tautly yielded with tho declara tion Well Ill gobut Ilow I wont take no part Sho evidently thought the affair was to bo a sort of old Virginy reel or break down or maybe a school house show like they used to have up on Bitter Creek Baso ball was just then in its in fancy but the craze was spreading Among tho patrons of tho game Col Thos Rodman J Lucien Waggoner Win J Chinn Uncle Minus Williams and one or two others No game could go on with out thorn An amateur game was arranged to take place in tho lot Oil the corner of Murray and Todd streets Loci n Waggoner was one of the outfielders and took an um brolla with him to keep off the suns rays A hall coming his way he inverted tho umbrella and caught it safely A foul was claimed but the umpire decided tho hall was safe couldnt get out of tho umbrella When the Capital Base Ball Club defeated the Eagles of Louisville in the three days tournament on the Bellepoint Park grounds all Frankfort wont wild Time crowd in attendance was immense and with the winning run bedlam broke loose Joy was universal Lucien Waggoner smashed his new stovepipe hat Col Thos Rod man beat his umbrella to pieces Col Will Chinn and Col Louis Mangan laughed each other and Uncle Minus Williams who had ridden his horse to the grounds walked to town and forgot the horse S R S WHEN HER BACK ACHES A Woman Finds All Her Energy aril Ambition Slipping Away Frankfort women know how tho aches and pains that come when the kidneys fail make life a bur den Backaches hip pains had aches dizzy spoils distressing urinary troubles all tell of sick kidneys und warn you of tho stealthy approach of Jiahotos elisHnseIproof of it in a Frankfort womans Tinlo Lagle of o27 North St Clair Street wllo of M D Lagle proprietor of barber shop near the depot says For some four or five years I hardly know what it was to bo free from an aching back and the irregular action of the kidneys at tho same time caused other annoyingtried different remedies I was unable to find anything that would do me any permanent good until I learnod of Doans Kidney Pills and procured a box at J W Gayles fowIhealth and on a continuation of the treatment I found my condi tion so much improved as to hoI almost beyond belief For all of this I owo my thanks to Doans Kidney Pills Tot sale b all dealers Price 50 cents FostorMilburn Co Buf falo N Y sole agents for the United States- Remombor the uamu Doans and take no other 11 TUESDAY NIGHTS ALARM An alarm from box 12 at 710 p ni on Tuesday called tho fire boys to a house on Taylor Avenue whore a chimney was burning outI No damage was done Mr CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signaturtl of CA GOOD LAW as the dog tax law has passed both houses of tho Gen eral Assembly and will doubtless bo signed by the Governor It is a good law For tho benefit of our farmer friends and patrons we give the bill in full as follows An not to promote the sheep dustry mini provide a tax on dugs Bo it enacted by the General As sembly of time Commonwealth of Kentucky Section 1 Each year every dog over four months old shall ho listed for taxation as herein provided nssus11sordesires afHx any thereto ho wishes Evory person who keeps or harbors a dog or who knowingly permits the keeping or harboring of n dog upon his premises shall for the purposes of listing and taxation be doomed the owner thereof and tho assessor and his shall ascertain the owner orbar borer 01 each dog within his terri tory and list anti return the same by magisterial districts The Au ditor shall provide blank spaces in assessors books and schedules and the assessor in listing a dog shall outer its description upon tho SfJXlageSee 2 Tho owner of every dog over four months of age shall a license tax thereon of one dollnr- lho first assessment under this act shall be made in time year tween tho fifteenth day of SoptemI ber and the thirtyfirst day of December Said license tax shall be duo and collectable as other taxes told collected by the sheriff lUll reported to the Auditor and paid to tho Treasurer but the sheriff shall keep such licensed tax on dogs separate from other funds und so re port to time Auditor and pay to tho Treasurer and tho Treasurer and Auditor shall keep separate ac counts of such taxes by counties The amounts collected by license tax on dogs shall lie used to indem injuring8 Whomever any sheep are killed or injured by dogs the owner custody of same shadwIthuut delay and within twentyfour hours alter suoh kill ing or injury is made known to him notify the magistrate in whoso district the sheep are located and stake aflldavit setting forth tho number of sheep Killed and tho numbered injured the kind grade or quality amount and naturo of injury thereto and that such dam age was not caused in whole or in part by a dog owned or harbored by him and that he dues not know whoso dog caused the damage or if known timid such account ru duced to judgment could not be collected on execution The mag lisIwas to damage and shall furnish them with claimants atttdavit or a copy shaHImake a written report on the claim to the magistrate who shall forthwith forward time claimants afll davit and the appraisers report to the county clerk togother with his recommendation endorsed thereon hisIof such filing The magistrate and eauh of the appraisers shall be allowed fifty cents for their services to be paid out of the dog tax fund of such county as other claims See 41t each meeting of the heal court the claims for loss or damage to sheep which have been flied not less than thirty days prior to such mooting shall be taken up and considered anti rejected or if current and just allow the same or such parts thereof as may bo doomed right Provided That tho fiscal court may require additional evidence on army such claims either by oral testimony or aflldavits Such claims as urn allowed shun ho filed with tho Auditor who shall after tho first of January of each year take up all such claims by counties and draw his warrants upon the Treasurer in laver of claimant for the amount allowed by tho fiscal court Provided If tho amount of the dog tux fund to time credit of any county bo not sufiloiont to pay all claims from such county the Auditor shall prostate tIlt claims from such county Any surplus remaining to tho credit of a county after all such claims are allowed shall bo transferred to tilt credit of tho school fund of such county Soo 5 Every person owning or harboring a log shall ho liable to the party injured for all damages done by such dog but no recovery shall bo had for personal injuries to any person whoa they are upon i the premises of the owner of theI log after night or upon the ers premises engaged in some un lawful act in tho day time Whenever a recovery is had before any court for damages to sheep by a dog the court may order the defendant to kill or cause to lichillfd such dog within two lays after tho rendition of tho judgment See n Any dog return d for taxation ant the tax on which is paid when due shall bo regardrd as property and shall be entitled to tho steno protection as live stock The owner of tiny clog listed for taxation which may ho injured or killed contrary to Inv or carried or enticed away from tho premises of the owner or harborer for tho purpose of Idlllll or Injuring suoh lilmlier depriving the owner xomplnrrclnmnor Injuring or enticing away such oflacypetent to otter jn evidence whether III listing such dog any value was afllxed by the owner and the amount of such valuation Any persron violating the provisions of this section shall ho liable to prose cution as in case of injuring any live stock or personal property of another See 7 Any owner or harborer of a dog subject to bo taxed who shall fail or refuse to list tho stone with the assessor shall be fined in nm sum not exceeding 10 for each dog ho so fails or refuses to list for taxation and any person who shall keep or harbor a clog upon his premises or elsewhere and wh fails or refuses to pay the tax thereon when duo shall lit lined in any sum net exceeding i2b for each offense and upon convic tion the judgment may include an order requiring such dog to be killed which order may be executed by any peace olllcer who shall be allowed therefor to taxed as costs It shall bo timet duty of the sheriff and his dopuI tes and each constable in his trier to kill 01 cause to bo IdlledI any dog the owner of tnxIIa court suoh olllcer shall be allowed by the fiscal court fifty cents to bo paid out of tho dog tax fund For the purposes of this act the tax on- dogs shall be considered due on theI first day of March of each Provided however Tho shoriff may collect such tax at any time and in such manner as taxes are now collectible by law ooc S If any person shall willfully poison tiny clog not his own or put out any poison or poi on bait upon his own promises or else where where the same may poison any dog he shall be fined not less than 2S nor more than 100 or bo confined in tho county jail for any period not exceeding six month 01 shall be both so fined and im prisoned iu the discretion of the jury Any person violating the provisions of this section shall he liable in damages for any lug pois oned thereby bee A justiN of tho peace on proof that any dog is mad or has beou bitten by a mad dug or has killed or wounded any sheep may order such dog tu be killed anti the officer who executes the order shall be paid one dollar by tho owner of the dog and collected as costs If any person shall conceal a dog so ordered to be killed or prevent the execution of the order ho shall be fined f for ovary day do shall so otleml Any mad dog or slogs having the disease known as tho rabbles may bo killed by any person except when confined pre11misesSnc 10 That an act entitled An act to amend chapter 20 lieu era l Statutes approved tiny 17 18SO bo and tho sane is hereby repealed and nil laws in conflict with this act are to tho extent of such conflict with this net are to the extent of such conflict hereby repealed A MYSTERY SOLVED How to keep off periodic attacks of biliousness and habitual consti pation was a mystery that Dr Kings New Lift Pills solved for uwIt writes John N Pleasant of Magnolia I ml The only pills that are guaranteed to give perfect sat isfactou to everybody or money re funded Only 2iio at all druggists WELL CANED Capt E M Drano the retiring Postmaster has been presented with a handsome goldheaded walking cane Capt Drano very highly appreciates this token of esteem from time forao who worked under passed him for tho four years just j lil lt A g Jilf tl ew York Purchases CompletedOur turned from New York where he has been for ten days studying the markets and tanking the purchases of our spring stock of Dry D1ladies Ready to Wear Garments We nlways direct from headquarters making our selections in person from the largest and most reli a b e manufacturers in America thus assuring to our customers timeaBest Styles Newest Ideas- Superior Merchandise Lowest Prices j He has made extensive purchases in ladies Suits Skirts Jackets And we will be prepared to show the largest stock of Kendytowear Gar ments ever seen in Frank fort 4 Several shipments of Jackets and Skirts have already arrived and we mire receiving shipments on almost every train The Jackets are beauti ful styles and will sellat io 650 750 850 to 1250 The Skirts are pretty effects made of Panama Sicilian Serge timid light w eight materials for spring Special values at 500 600 750 And upwards RABINI I 1 iI Ir i s 1ll1rj iif CHARLES WEITZEL FRANKFORT PERSONAL==Mr Eucene E Hot visited in Paris on Thursday Mr Percy Cruteher has returned from a trip to Cuba Judge Wm Reed of Paducah was here Wednesday Miss Rose Salender is visiting friends in Louisville Prof J Boyd SOl nlCe visited in Lexington this week Mr Paul B Wuitel of Lexing ton wits hero this week Rev C R returned Saturday froth Franklin Ind Mr Joe LeCompte of Lexington was in the city on Sunday 1 rexingItonfrom Battle Creek 1ichIMiss Lutio Forsee In Georgetown this week Mrs Sallie R Thomas has re turned from Chicago Ills Mi fV Of Davis of Versailles was iii the city Wednesday- Mr T G Lewis of Leslie county was in the city Wednesday Mrs John C Mastin is visiting relatives at Demopolis Ala Mr Roy G Kern of Mt Sterling wasviu the city on Wednesday lodge R Frank Peak of Shelby ville was in the city Tuesday Judge Chins R McDowell u Danville was hero on Tuesday Miss Belle South visited friends at Versailles this week Mr Albert H McClure left Thurs day morning for Now York City Judge T R McBeath returned Tuesday from a visit to Louisville Miss Carrie Selbert has returned from a visit to relatives in Cincin nati Cadet Isaac Loike of State College spent time 2d with his parents here Miss Ruth Rodman of Louis wine visited relatives here this Clarence E Woods week Richmond was in the city ofI Mrs R W Osborne of Louisville was the guest of Mrs C E Nelson this week Miss Lora Roberts of Louisville is the guest of Miss Cordie Jetlers Main street Capt r T West was called to Eastern Kentucky on business Saturday night Cadet Howard Umethun State College spent Washingtons Birth day at home- President B A Jenkins of Ken Mucky Univwsty Lexington was here on Tuesday Mrs Virginia Bennett of Louisville was the guest of Mrs L C Norman this week Ii Prof Henry Lloyd of Kentucky University was the guest of Dr J W Gayle this week Rev C R Hudson was called l to Franklin Ind Tuesday by the illness of his father Mr Ed F Trabue of Louisville was attendant upon the Court of Appeals on Monday Mr W Rodos Shacklefoid of Richmond attended the Court of Appeals on Monday Mrs Bessie Bacon Rule of Pitts burg Penn was the guest of rela tives hero this week Mr Clarence Julian and wife have gone to New Orleans La to attend the Mardi Gras Miss Lnla Coleman of Jefferson ville is the guest of Mrs Albert I G Jetleis this county j i III Mr W T Reading anil wife lave gone to California to visit Mrs M S Parker at Gai vana IZUss Pattie Clay of Park was Hie guest of Misses Thomas Wash ington street this wook HopldnsilleCromwell Shelby street Miss Lilian Wood of Bardstown is the guest of Miss Genevieve Samuels Fourth A Mr Van DClcer of Hamilton Ohio was the guest of Mrs John W Mllam this week Miss Nora Miller of this office visited friends in Jottersonville Ind Saturday and Sunday Mrs Kate W Buckley left Monday for San Francisco Cal to spend the rest of the winter Mrs W E Mitchell and daughj ter of Louisville were guests Mrs Hugh Brand this week Finley E Fogg of West was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals Monday Mr Thos B Hampton left Tues day aternoon for Fort Smith Ark on a business trip of ten days Mrs J R Savage of Winchester who has been the guest of Mrs W B George has returned home Miss Sue Middleton of Lexington who has been the guest of Miss Lola Nelson has returned home Mrs Richard Hopple of Lexing ton was the guest of her sisterlaw Mrs Saml South this week Mr Will H King commercial HamiltongLexington was Nat T Howard Commonwealths Attorney of the Morgan lon1dahis parents Dr G W Chinn anti Robt Hall of State College spout Thursday at home with his parent Mr F H Hall anti wifeRev C A Wustbrook of Louis ille was the truest of Col Thos A Hall and wife the first of the weB Miss Evelyn Crady of Nelson county was the of her cousin Mr Walter Crady this week Miss Sarah Marshall of Chatta nooga Tenn was the truest of Miss Margaret Reading Elks Place this Suns D Winter of St Louis Mo was time guest of Judge W H Sueed told wife ToM street this J R Fannin of Sandy Hook who has been the guest of his son at the Old Crow has returned home Mrs W H Hoge returned Thurs lily night train Winchester where she attended the funeral of her mother Miss Ruth Robinson attended the funeral of her aunt Mrs Betty Neat in Now Albany hid on Monday Mr George 1t Gayle of Kentucky University visited his parents Dr J Gayle and wife tills week Miss Sarah Cummins of Louis- Ville who has been the guest of Mrs John M Bull returned homu Wednesday Miss Esther Burnam of Rich mond who has been visiting Mrs Thos A Hull returned homo Wednesday Mss Nellie Marshall is visiting her cousin Mrs C E Tinsloy in Now Orleans La and attending Mardi Gras- Senator G W Shadoan of SOUl erset preached a tine sermon at the First Baptist Church on Sun day morning BBBSBBBBBBBth S- New Spring Arrivals Splendid assortment now Silks and Vool Dress Goods New Spring Wraps in Silk Coats mind Covert Jackets for ladies misses and children Eton Suits for ladies and misses New spring Dress Skirts New spring Ginghams White Waistings and Madras New style Corsets Kato R G Royal Worcester and Flexibone samplesWholesnleLace Net and Muslin Curtains J Hudson CamptonCourt of Appeals on yesterday IOUISIIi1Jereturned home 1IrsInnd wife Kentucky Avenue West Side this week Mrs Agnes Lodridge was called to Mt Sterling Monday by the sort ous illness of her daughter Mrs 1t R Hainline- Mis R M Bergman son Western of Irvine were guests of her parents Capt J T Wost and wife this week Hon L H Carter of Lawrence burg and Deputy Sheriff Crossth wait of Anderson county were in the city Tuesday Miss Pattie Williams attended the funeral of her aunt Mrs Hettie AlbnllYIlldMiss Katie Helm of Elizabeth town who has been the guest of Mrs W H Lewis at Wootllake hits returned home ilrlJoeon Thursday Hon R W Miller and wife left Wednesday for Washington City where Mr Miller is a delegate to the Divorce Law Congress Miss Margaret Quinn and Mr Thos McLaughlin of Lexington were guests of Miss tVinona Good win Third street this week Mr Morton K Yonts wife and children of Louisville were guests her parents Judge T H Payn and wife Shelby street this 10f Mr Robt Settle wife ouch son Wm Coke of Mt Sterling were guests of Mrs B Todd Crutcher and Mrs M B McKinnoy this Scearce of Franklin Academy attended the banquet of the Tan Beta Pi Society State College Lexington on Wednesday nightMr Fred L Grinstad and wife of Portsmouth Ohio visited his parents Capt R L Grinstoad and wife Kentucky Avenue West Side this week Rev 1 A Burns of Oneida College Clay county was here this week and preached a stirring and searching sermon at the First Bap tist Chinch Sunday night Mr U G Carey U S Store keeper at the Old Judge Distillery was called to his home at More land on NVodnesday night by the dangerous illness of his father Mrs Wm H Hoge was called to Winchester on Monday by the sud den death of her mother Mrs Tim borlake It has only been about three weeks since Mrs Hopes father passed away She certainly has her cup full of sorrows f100TH The following invitation has been received 1807 The At Home Publishing House Bank How Paris Ky Thursday Afternoon February twentysecond From 1HO till 4 oclock One Hundredth Anniversary We tender our sincere congratula tions upon this auspicious occasion Bears the u A B BB1 Our X100 Muslin Underwear I i KY WeekMayor enueI I1udgo dayCapt wifeCadet weekMisses ANNIVERSARY KontuckianCitlzen OASTORE BB Attr iens Pal Next weeK EMBROIDERIESPos- itively the cheapest and finest Embroideries ever shown in Frankfort WHITE GOODS India Linens Persian Lawns Mulls and French Mus lins the daintiest White Dress Goods ever shown for commencement dresses etc We are still making the cut on Silks New spring Dress Goods area arriving daily fl1LAFrP1IGiXhave a few nice Walking Skirts we are offering at IVe of their real value See them F J HEENEY WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE There are persons in every community who buy l nothing but the best and to such persons it isIimpossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any price This is the class of trade we seek Our work is strictly HAND MADE and will out wear any factory made job several times over and is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING Jf you need a new vehicle of any buyingIVe ing vehicles Write or phone us and our representative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you lwithout co- stSeller Carriage GI cIVERSAILLES KY H K WARD President G 11 BHOAVXIXG Sec and Treas f n Why Buy McClures MeCluros Magazlno U bought anti read inhomus not became it is magazine but becausu it is the magazine Why forover q twenty or twentylive books costing anywhere from n dollar to two dollars a volume lmimportaitserialsSECONDQUALITY Thu reading matter is written by Americas leading writerstho J1 youtumdTHIRDTIMELINESS The reading mutter in McClurwn is not only good it is not only oflifeful interesting way 1 FOURTHITS CHARACTER McClureH Magazine is not edited for children but at the 411lIaljsubscrlptionorfor S S McCLURE COMPANY 47 E 23d Street NEW YORK McClureItpay isl cents for each 100 subscription in addition to big cash prizes for the best work Write for full purtieulurs i l J l 1ti GI1p1 j 1I1b k r I1IORTH = = YOUR ATTENTION I CLEAN UP ON Suits Cloaks and Furs Onehalf price on any winter garment tom Advance Showing of Spring Garments SUITS JACKETS AND SKIRTS In keeping with tho new styhIchanges Garments that t right or they wouldnt be here tier them and judge for yourself FULL PROGRAM Announced by Commissioner Vroo laud for State Farmers Institute Tuesday February 27th 1080 a m Opera House J InvocationIlov1 O A Vaught Address of Welcome for the State Gov J C W Heckham rAddress of Welcome for Frankfort ayor E HumeIJ Response Kuttawa iFarmors Institute in tho Inifed Hon John Hamilton Fanners Institute Specialist United States Department of Agri cultureI4Temporary Organization OperaiMusicaTho State Farmers Institute Its Objects and Purposes Hubert Vrooland Stato Commissioner of Agriculture The Ohio State Farmers Insti tute Joseph E Wing Manches tel Report of Committees Permanent Organization Tuesday Evening 780 OClock House of Representatives Advantages AddressHon usloIIlzations Hon Henry G Ovorstreor Western railCol Joseph E Wing 1uslcFive minutes talk by delegates on tho needs of the various copn ties Music Wednesday February 2Sth 10 a mI Opura HousoIInvocatlonRov fiAlfalfa Culturo and Soil Build ingJoseph E Wing Ohio l Relation of Soil Practice to Soil Posts Prof H Garman State Entomologist Tho Forest Service With Special Reference to tho Farmer Overtoil W Price Associate Forester AgricultureSoil Fortuity Alvn Agee Woos ter Ohio The Relation of Geology to Crops Prof A M Miller Professor of Geology Kentucky State College Wednesday Afternoon 2 oclock at Opera House Music The Advantage of an Agricultural EducationDr James K Patter son President Kentucky State ll College j Improved Roads Their Benefit Dress Goods and Silks These will pleaso you A wido variety of seasonable goods at most reasonable prices For instance Taut Wool Dress Goods 2flc Gray Blue and Black Panamas yd in Chucked Tallota Silk yd White Goods lOc for Dimities worth 12 Lc ire for Madras Waistings worth 20c 19i for 1erslan Lawns worth Hoc Long Cloths Nainsooks and Jottons at old prices Embroideries W S FARMERIl Kodol Gives rest the Cures indigestion dyspepsia sour weak puffed nervous and the guaranteed cure Prepared at the Laboratory of EODeWat- d USA Digest What You Eat Make the Breath Sweet Am m Rome for the 1906 Almanac 200 For sale by W and How to Got Them Sam C Consulting Engineer Department of Public Roads United States Department of Agri Prof M A Sco vell Director Kentucky Experi ment Station Lexington Potato Culture Alvji Agee Ohio The Adulteration of Seeds Dr Banquet by Business Mens Club Toasts- Thursday Morning March 10 OCloek Opera House Invocation Rov Win Crowe Music Corn in NontuekyLrof ownIState for Thoroughbred Cattle Hon Abraham Roiiick Winchester R R Giltner of Baby Beef Making anti LambI FeedingJoseph E Wing The Future of Kentucky HoadsI C M Hanna Shelby County Thursday 2 OClock Opera House Music 1heIrotting Bred Carriage Horse George M Hummel Hus United States Depart niout of Agriculture Kentucky as Tobacco Growing Stntt1A D Depart ment of Plant Industry United States Department of Agriculture Fertilizing Tobacco in Kentucky 1 Duncan Now York lohaccoIIntOlOstsc surd Laces Exceptionally fine showing Exclusive patterns in Embroideries for Shirt Waist Special values in Embroideries for trim ming Under For the Men SHIRTINGS Cheviots Splendid quality 8c and lOc Madras X mt pretty patterns Lto Wic- Fine assortment and styles DyspepsiaCure to stomach stomach tired stomach stomach windy stomach stomach stomach catarrh of stomach A ItlmflAsk Kodol and Year Calendar J GayleILancaster Feeding Plalltlrndustr Frankfort 1st Growing Eminence Afternoon Animal bandman Shammol Muslins NEW POSTMASTER TAKES THE REINS Mr George L Barnes Frank forts now postmaster took charge of tho olllco on Friday night after business hours The oMIce was checked up and found to be in first class shape Mr Barnes fits into the new posi tion as naturally as life he having had four years previous experience as assistant to Postmaster Fordyce at Bowling GreeniaccomI1110dntlllg success his dutiesIMEXICAN WAR VETERAN DIES Mr John 1L Reddish of Pewee Valley died on Monday last and the remains were brought to his old homo III this county near Bridgeport for interment Mr Reddish was a gallant soldier in the Mexican War and his death leaves only three of these vrrizzled old veterans who went from this county in tho land of livingrJ- ohn E Miles Mr Hen Utterback lord Mi Almos Polsgrove Diptlieria relieved in twenty minj IrIlhumas One Miuutu Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drug anti it has been curing coughs colds cruup and whooping cough so long that it has proven H to le a tried and true friend to the many who use it No need to fear of your child choking hum croup with One Minute Cough Cure handy Sold by J W GayleI OLD TAYLOR PUE1UIEUITHE KENTUCKY WHISKEYI E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky I LJ vt J A l 1if mJ ij iie L t II k WANTED TO TALK HeSI Essl A business man has a laughter and also a confidential clerk and the confidential clerk has for sometime boon attentive to the datigh jtor but he has notor hall not a month notesufficient courage toI como to tho point though the young woman goodness knows has never done anything to IClHi him elf for he is a firstclass fellow eenlingabout 0 oclock her father came in Ah George hO snidII how about that deal Wt were talking of this afternoon Did you see the partyYes sir replied George and expected to see you this evening and toll you about it My dear said tho father ing to his daughter will you 11 tire for a few minutes Grorgi wants to speak business for iti while lhe daughter rose up but lies tntlHIIasked doubtfully Because dear smiled tlin father you are not interested Why do you want to stay She blushed and fidgeted Because papa she twittered Id rotifer lilts to hear George talk business just one e Then George sot red and tho father looked at them both signifi cantly and the girl tied conIon Norway Pine S while yet there is tt ll1fIRKELECTKD Mr Joint R Sower of this city was reelected Secretary of tho Re tail Hardware Dealers Association at their Stat meeting held in Lou isvillo this week mostiserved the endorsement he has re ceived GHASS TRACTION IBLCE COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1901 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 0 a m to 9 p except 11 a m and S p m Leave Paris for Lexington every iiiexCteorge town every hour from n in to 11 p m except 11 a in Sand 10 p in Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 0 a in to 10 pin except 10It in 12 noon and 9 p m Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington fir Georgetown at ioO p m Leaves Georgetown at 10mt m Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a in Leaves Paris 145 p in Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business and fuuih tickets can be had on ii plinatiOlat the com panys ollice 101 West Main IstleotIHlGUXX Manager tf t4tiMuslin Underwear 11phlntP d Lily Brand of well mndi Under Muslin relined in styli Corset Covers 29c Bile 50 Skirts 51f to i loO Gowns 50c to j 5Orav 0 Carets n h4Bt J g I This department ion of the beauty spots of our store f r it appeals to every hme lover C 1T P11Sln new spring pat tern M ATT1N iri Kxvptio null y lhlli1 tyl n t j tll um lJ1 rCALLED TO MIDWAY Rnv W E G walk in of Troy Ohio has bfi n given a unanimoustcall to the Midway Baptist Church t Mr Gwafkin is a fine preacher l He VMS fornuny pastor at Ever i gIern Church urar Farmdalo SiodoB SByspcpsia Sure i Digests what you e tS1DrD DO IT TODAY to think that ten months ago I looked tikeIIAnd this I owe it to German Syrup qThe timeworn injnnction Never off til tomorrow what ou can do day is now generally presented in toJformII Do it today That advice we want to ou about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks some reliable remedy for it vand let that remedy Dr Boschees German which has been in use for over tliirtfivc years A few doses of it willwunSo- ubtedly relieve your cough or and its continued use for a few days will cure ou JNb matter how lconsumptionGerman Syrup will surely a cure as it has done before in thousands of ape parently hopeless crises of lung trouble JNew trial bottles 250 regular sizes 75C At all druggists a IFOI sale hy J W fnYIiF ORS LEIFIRMS1e can lotate you in Florida Missouri Arkansas Okla home Indian Territories Wo have a large list of lauds in thoso States ranging from 1u0 an acre 114u We have a number of tracts of lauds in Franklin county ranging 1from WOO an aero up orILlmutThey lots are desirably located v each 50x140 foot and all for tho low price or It If you have a farm for smile or town property for smile list it with us wo will lied you a buyer If you have land to rout wo will find you a tenant C X BOWLING it CO Agents KyJany Chesapeake Ohio By Schedule in oilVct February UII6sub- jret to change notice For IxMiisviUo Nashville Memphis West and Southwest u stud JU PM HllilyiFor Washington Baltimore Philadel plumy New York Kiehwoml Old Point and Norfolk I101S A M and 741 P M Daily r Tne FcanKfofirlOUndaDOU t = =Entered nt thtIIlstalin it Frankfort Ken IlIIIoIllulltltla IlIailoIl Ilutttt GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT FEB 24 1906 HONrCIJYkKYo flip the following from the Rio Grande Republican of Las Cruoerj Now Mexico IS DEATH OF MRS W R FALL nlrt man friends She was sixtylive iJ years old hut retained her youth J and usefulness to a vel marked degree It is not necessab to call attention to her many virtues oft mind and heart and her strong character was reflected in her every day lifo in this community for a number of ear We extend f to her aged husband and bereaved Ii children our most sincere sympathy for the great loss of a true t noble wife and faithful mother if The funeral services will be held t Sunday afternoon at 8 oclock at the Odd Fellows Cemetery oungiibefore the war and married Mr I Vm R Fall of Nashville Tenn but also formerly of this city She r was a cousin of Col E H Tay lor Jr- NEWIf CONFECTIONERY AND RESTAURANT Mr John McGurk of Lexington has rented the storeroom of Dr J S Collins on Main street next door to the State National Bank and will open a first class confec tionery and restaurant there on tIe t first of April and will make a specialty of entering Johnny is t ian old Frankfort boy having spent mss childhood here and is but re tturning to his old home where he has a host of friends many of whom he mado when he was a fat jolly little fellow employed at the drug store of LeCompte Carpen a ter on Bridge street whose unfail ing good nature and genial smile r won all hearts He proposes to K keep a real uptodate establish f anent and should receive the patron age ho richly deserves t Consumption JfjThere is no specific for consumption Fresh air ex ercise nourishing foodand tScous Emulsion will come- pretty near curing it if there is anything to build on Millions of people throughout the Iworld are living and in good k health on one lung C From time immemorial the F doctors prescribed cod liver oil for consumption Of L course the patient couldnot t take it in its old form hence TheytSCOTTS EMULSION and tolerate it for a long time There is no oilnot excepting butter so easily digested and absorbed by the t system as cod liver oil in the form of Scotts Emulsion and that is the reason it is so helpful in consumption where its use must be continuous ICJr We free will send you a Ii lIe sure that this picture in the form of I label on the wrap per of every bottle Emulsion you buy Scott Bowne Chen 409 Pearl Street New York iOCIIIJ1111 Jrunhu rv1- l jti A Did Not Close For a Week Heart Trouble Baf fled Doctors- DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me There is nothing more necessary to health than sleep and rest If these are vou if you rise in the morning more tired than when you went to bed there is an affection of the nerves plainly If heart is weak or an inherited tendency in that direction your weakened nerves will soon so affect your hearts action as to bring on serious chronic trouble Dr Miles Ner vine is a nerve tonic which quiets the nerves to that sleep may come and it quickly re stores the weakened nerves to health and strength Dr Miles Heart Cure is a great blood and heart tonic which regulates the ac tion of the heart enriches the bloodand im proves the circulation Some time ago I was suffering severely with heart trouble At times my heart would seemingly stop beating and at others it would beat loudly and very fast Three to four hours sleep each night in ten months was all I could get One week in last September I never closed my eyes I got Dr Miles Nervine and Heart Cure at n drugstore in Lawrence burg after spending 30000 in medicines and doctors in Shclbyville Frankfort Cincinnati and Lawrenceburg and in three days have derived more from the use of your remedies than I got from all the doctors and their medicines I think everybody ought to know of the mar velous in your remedies W H HUGHES Fox Creek All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad BUYS LOT AND WILL BUILD RESIDENCE Dr R M Coblin has purchased a lot from Miss Eliza Overtoil on North Shelby street and will build a residence thereon in the spring The consideration paid was 1333 IN SELFDEFENSE Major Hamm editor and manager of the Constitutionalist Em inence Ky when he was fiercely attacked four years ago by Piles houeht a box of Buoklens Arnica Salve of which he It cured me in ten andno trouble since Quickest healer of Burns Sores Cuts and Wounds 25o at all drug stores PROMINENT NEWSPAPER MAN DIES Mr John Poyntz Wilson of Lex ington one of Kentuckys foremost young newspaper men died at his former home in Beaver Dam Vn on Sunday He was buried at Hanover Vn BANK ROBBERS ItECAP TURED AND BROUGHT TO PEN Thomas Moyahan Steve Stamper Joe Hall and Wm Allen four bank robbers who had looted this bank at WiIlnrd Carter county been cup hued tried and sentenced to the Pen sawed out on Sunday night from the Carter county jail wore recaptured as they were attempting to cross the Ohio river on Monday morning and brought to the Pen by Sherilf McOlone and guards on Monday night businessfat Castle Lilian BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Governor ookham has an nounced the appointment of the Board of Equalization for the ell- suing year There ate only two changes from the Board of last year 1 F Porter succeeds H F Oliver from tho First District stud H T Strother of Winchester suc seeds Henry M Cox of West Lib Coxtcomplete Board is as follows First District J F Porter oIDixon Second DistrictA G Rhea of RussellvilleThird F J Campbell of Somerset Fourth District J B Steedman of LouisvilleFifth M J Meagher uf Frankfort Chairman Sixth District R IC Hart of Flemingsburg Seventh District H T Strother WinchesterThe is oxofllcio a mem ber of the Boaid n tl hU r ILETlER LIST list of the ad vortisod letters for tho week ending February 24 1005 Adams Jolts Adnuti Minnie 2 BrlttiiifH Mrs J H Bush Miss Jennie S Cool Mrs late Craner Mrs Charley J Diotis Mrs Lizzie Dudley Ruth Duncan J C Gnrsuch R W Gossett Jtiku Hancock Mrs Susie Junes Mrs Nannie Joyner O L Keller Mrs E M Kirk Mrs Pearl Lacy Miss Annie Larson Mrs DL Lon Miss Lilly Lewis Geo Luggle Miss May Dee Millward E L Moore J Ho Moss Robt 2 Mourice John VirgilNatou Orr Minnie D Rifle Thomas Samuels Mr Architect Solane W K Taylor O B Thompson Sam Thompson Miss Julie GeorgeWakefield Wiatt Mrs Sue Wright Miss Mamie 2 Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised G L BARNES P M COMPLIMENT TO JUDGE PAYNTER Maysville Commandery No 10 Knights Templar received on Thursday evening February 22 IJOD in honor of Sir Knight and Mrs Thos H Paynter in Masonic Temple Maysville Ky from 8 to 10 oclock p in Judge Paynter is an honored member of that famous Commander and that body fools greatly pleased at his election to the U S Senate and thus gives evidence of that fact A number of Knights from this city attended the reception DONT DECEIVE YOURSELF Dont deceive yourself If you have indigestion take Kodol Dys pepsin Cure It will relieve you Rev W E Hocutt South Mills N C says I was troubled with chronic indigestion for several years whatever I ate seemed to cause heartburn sour stomach fluttering of my heart and general depression of mind stud body My druggist recommended Kodol and it has relieved me I cats now eat anything and sleep soundly at night Kodol Digests what eat makes the stomach Palatable strengthening and affords quick relief Sold by J W Gayle hrWHY THE DIFFERENCE It devolopefi that there are nearly 4500 licenses issued to retail spirits by the United States in the State of Kentucky whereas nearly 2000 less licenses were issued by the State authorities for the same pur poseThe query is a forcible one as to why there should bo this differ ence About 150000 in revenue is thus lost to the State a GALVESTONS SEA WALL Makes lifo now as safe in that city as on tho higher uplands E W Goodlno who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tux needs no sea wall for safety Ho writes I have used Dr Kings Now Disco cry for Consumption the past five years and it keeps me well and safe Before that time I hnd a cough which rot years had been growing worse Now its gone Cures chronic Coughs La Grippe Croup Whooping Cough and pre vents Pneumonia Plnasant to take Every bottle guaranteed at nil druggists Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free REDUCED FARE TO Y M C A STATE CONVENTION Tho various railroads of the Stato have authorized an open rate of one fare for the round trip plus 25 cents to Lexington on account of the State Convention of the Young Jens Christian Associations of Kentucky Tickets on sale FobI runty 22 23 and 24 with limit to February 27 IWhnts the secret of vigorous health Simply keeping the bowels the stomach the liver and kidneys strong and active Burdock Hood Bitters does it i Pleasant to take c 11r TrWaAfu1 Laxativew Syrup i NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONf Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits anti their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n mnerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc Value JOHN DRISOOLL Quality ITheLeading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies DOll t forget the place r JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky Dr Cnrtys fomiilfoii icwicra art just what a horde needs when in but condition Tonic blood pnriiier J vermifuge They are not food f medicine and the best in use to pm horse in prime condition Price 2 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayl- eIllinois Central Seventh F River Louisville No 102 Memphis N 0 Ltd No Leaves 940 m Arrives 745 a m Now Orleans Special No U5pmNoLeaves 720 am Arrives 465 nm For Fulton Paducah and intermediate- points Connection to and from Elizabeth Hopklnsvillo no Sunday service to Ellzabethtown and Hodgen villo Stops at all stations No Accommodation No Leaves 480 p ra Ar ives 065 a m For Central City Connecting service Hodgenville and except on Sundays Stop at all stations Tr lna Run Dally L i tl souttiern Railway Shortest and Fastest Lines from Lexington and Louisville 10 St Louis and the West Two Trains Daily as follows Leave Lexington 010 a m Lou isville fl00 a in Arrive St Louis 612 p Carrying vestibuled coaches and CafeObservation Prtrlor CarMeals- a changeLeaveiaville 1015 p in Arrive St Louis 732 a in = Carrying Free R iluiag Chair Cars and Pullman SiG perthioinu changeReserve OarBerths at III East Main St Lexington Ky or Louisville Ky 234 Fourth Ave I dJij M WATCH rtiIED ALL OVER 1HE WORk r raw t Cases plain simple and ornate 1 Silver in either Gold Gold Filled or STORY OF THE PLAY THE LIONS BRIDE An intricate and beautifully woven story of Tibetliian mytho logical lore is the foundation of The Great LafayettHs greatest marvel of spectacular productions and is laid amid scones of oriental grandeur and glory Mauri Sajka the Amir of Slsan who is a despot and tyrant is at war with neighboring tribes and 1ms promised to the commander who may vanquish his enemies the granting of any wish ho may request The spectacle opuns with the Amir in his harem surrounded by his slaves and women amusing himself with the alluring dancing of the favorite of the harem Sa lome a beauty of the true Oriental type and jealous of her place as favorite A slave trader brings in Atka a maiden he has purchased and oilers her to the sensual monarch The dazzling beauty of the maiden so captivates the Amir that lie pays the price asked and immediately installs her as favorite among his beauties Atka scorns and repulses Sakjas advances when word is sent him the Prince INicolai has given battle and con quered the warring tribes and is waiting to lay before him the arms of the enemy as trophies of his achievement The Prince unex pectedly finds the Pearl of Bhutan who is his affianced bride in the harem and demands her in fulfill fieIAmir enraged has the Prince thrown into prison while Salome formerkPrince from prison and the Pearl of Bhutan from the harem and they together fly but are captured and sentenced to death To consumate the sentence of death a lion hunt is arranged in which the Prince bound is to be used as a living Mbait and Atka is to be forced to are caused by Indigestion If you eat aI little too much or if you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt had shortness of breath rapid heart beats heartburn or palpitation of the heart Indigestion causes the stomach to expandswell and puff up against the heart This crowds the heart and inter feres with its action and in the course of time the heart becomes dise- asedKodol Cure-t r digests what you eat takes the strain oil 1 of the heart and contributes nourishment strength and health to every organ of the Sourhtmembranes lining the Stomach and Diges tive Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh L of the Stomach IiiAfter eatln my food would distress me by maldnf palpitate and would become very weak finally got bottle of Kodol and it gave me immr- Ili iite relief After using a few bottles am cured 1i MRS LORING NICHOLS Penn Yen N Y I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I had heart trouble with took Kodol Dyspepsia Curt for about lour months and It cured i KAUBLB Nevada 0 Digests What You Eat a1laeDattleIIoleafiE M mach M tilt fatal or cant tin jti tj trpared at the LaM oratory of LODWtrt- CoChioaroL IA- t it i j 60 i IEEPING A GOOD WATCH Is necessary to every man WIlD would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to be timekeepers C NI A SELBERT t Dyspepsia accurate see her lover devoured before her eyes at the last moment the popu lace become enraged and before the execution of the sentence the Amir is deposed and beheaded while Atka and the Prince ate happily united This in brief is the story of The Lions Bride At Cap ital Theatre in tho near future Never do things by halves if you are going to do anything at all do it right or dont do it at all Such is the motto of the Great Lafay ette and judging from all accounts he has strictly adhered to this rule In organizing his big company which is booked to appear at the Capital Theatre in the near future he did not hesitate with pains or expense If he saw anything that he thought would be pleasing or serve as a novelty for his audience he secured it at once the price not bothering him in the least and byj doing this he is going to present to us one of the best attractions on the road The entire production has been built and staged under his personal supervision which is a sufficient guarantee that nothing has been left undone in any particular The majority of the magnifi cent and costly costumes he had made over in Europe Thu scenery mechanical and electrical effects have been painted and put together by the best scenic artists stage mechanics and electricians that money could secure in this or any other country The handsome draperies and paraphernalia have cost a small fortune alone Then there are the four beautiful horses a lion a seidel elephant and other wild and domestic animals To say nothing of the large company of male and female artists also a band of over twenty soloists all going towards making this com pany one of the most gorgeous sublime and stupendous attractions ever presented to a theatregoing public THE ISLE OF SPICE B C Whitneys Isle of Spice will be the attraction of the Capital Theatre in the near future In the richness of costume stage group ing and stage setting beauty and grace of chorus and mechanical effects it will far exoell any sim ilar production ever presented at this theatre Money hIs been lavishly expended in tho matter of costumes for this musical extrava ganza and the piece is staged in splendid style The light elloots are oiiginal and startling The femme members of the company have been selected with much care tutu they are not only pretty of facts anti figure but rich in voice The leading lady of the company is Miss Leslie Leigh Miss Leigh is a cute little miss with a beautiful soprano voice which she has many opportunities of using during the performance She is both pretty and graceful nlllls sure to be a favorite with the audience her first appearance Her Crol11I exceedingly clear and sweet when she sings Peggy Brady It every individual in tho audience will sit right up and take notice This song always scores from six to twelve encores GETS GOOD PLACE Mr Emmitt Goodwin has boon appointed to a good position with the F C Railway Company to succeed Mr Howard Rodman re signed Mr Goodwin is a good accountant and a clover young man j 1 it it I KODOL DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Just a little Kodol after meals will relievo that fullness belching gas on stomach and all other symptoms of indigestion Kodol digests what you eat and enables the or ans to nnturally1Kodoliswill afford relief from any disorder due to imperfect digestion or mal assimilation Sold by J W Gayle FINE ATTRACTION The Isle of Spice comes to Capital Theatre in the near future It will be remembered this musi leputaItfon as before except two new songs have been added and some minor changes for the two comedians The population of this merry isle is composed mainly of maid ens of grace and beauty pleasing in voice as well as in looks and with a variety of unique and orig inal dances at their command They are numerous in number and gorgeously garbed making a strong aggregation of feminine beauty and talent sufficient in itself to make the Isle of Spice an unqualified successTHE END HEWORLD Of troubles that robbed E H Wolfe of Bear Grove la of allI usefulness came when he began taking Electric Bitters He Two years ago Kidney writesIcaused mo great suffering would never have survived not taken Electric Bitters They also cured me of General Debility Such cure for all Stomach Liver and Kidney complaints Blood diseases Headache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price 60c Guaranteed by all druggists rPROBABLE MURDER IN EDGE OF WOODFORD News was received in this city on Wednesday of n probable mur der in the Germany neighborhood near Millville Woodford county Tho body of a colored man by the name of William Samuels was found lying near the residence of David Williams colored on the turnpike lending to Versailles with several bullet wounds in it It is thought that another colored man by the name of Wheeler was the murderer Wheeler went to Versailles to surrender himself to the authori ties OASTOJ1IAIBears dlgnaturo of A I W NIE1lien women boys and girls to represent McCKiros Magazine Good pay Address 67 East 23d St N Y City IFnEE RECLINING CARS 2HHtI The Southern Railway have in augurated free reclining chair car service between Louisville and Evansvillo on their fast through trains leaving Louisville 780 a m and 5 p m doily and running solid to Evansville without change This lino also operates frue reclining chair oars on night trains from Lexington anti Danville to St Louis also Pullman Sleeper through from Danville to St Louis limo Southern Railway is 23 miles tho shortest from Louisville to Evansville anti 43 miles tho short est to St Louis t cIitM I iyt Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reet IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD T E- Bil Y MANS LINE BET WE- EYLOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE ST LOUIS AN- DSOUTHWEST = t IS VIA t Louisville llollosoll aiJStLoiiisEailfay HENDERSON ROUTE mt PULLMAN FREE SLEEPERSI Special Roundtrip Homeseekers Rates to Southwest nnd West first and third Tuesdays February nnd March 1900 Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Texas Mexico and New Mexico on sale daily until April 30th Limit to return May 31 1906Secondclass Colonist Rates to South west Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of February and March 1906 ASK US FOR RATES L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- Louisville Ky J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent Second class Colonist Rates to Califor nia and Northwest tickets on silo daily Peb 15th to April 7th 1100 DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT- St Clair Flats I Port HuronI the Magnificent Steamer Of the Leaving foot of111adisonStreetDailyat after arrival of trains Returning arrive Week Days 830 r St Sundays goo Fare to Detroit toDetroltandreturnWeekDaya5 Sundays 7 sc ToPtHuronandreturnI a delightful two days aeoimeals and berth extra Special Raits 1o SocUthJ Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further Information see nearest Railroad A gent or write ti f WH OOLOENOJdPA b4e fJ 1 C l WANTEDDistrict Managers to post signs advertise and distribute perdaypresent employment IDEAL SHEAR CO 39 Randolph St Chicago 204m 3 CornRemovers t First Have six pairs of shoes wear a different pair ladyaSfcond Go barefoot six weeks Third Use South Side Corn Cure The latter is the most practicaltband surest Corns where it is used It cant fail cant hurt the toe cant do anything but take oft cornsFIf YOU have corns now next week YOU need have none The remedy is different from oth ers Netter than others and the cost is but 15 cents iiwu GAYLE Druggist 1 Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky IOrid4JiNew Cubarreached in comfort via r QUEEN ftCRESCENl ROUTEAND SOUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAYxChicago Florida Special In January Solid Pullman Train Leave CINCINNATI 835 F MLEXINGTON 114O P DANVILLE 1240 A M Dining and Observation Cars for Jack eouvlllu and St Augustine via Coattftx noogaanu Atlanta Florida Limited Solid Train reeve CINCINNATI 830 tLEXINGTON 1034 tDay f vntlon and Dining Caw for St AuuustlneShrcvcportnml New rleaoi via Chattanooga Atlanta and Blnn Khun Queen Crescent Special Solid train Cincinnati Lexington Dan villa to New Orleans Chattanooga- Ind lllrmlnstmru also throuKh Pullman yRInterreduced rates For Information apply Chas W Zcll P Cincinnati t At UnRFTT alma pe1clATI r TTENTION FFARMERSjmti WE HAVE JUST RECEIVLD OUR SPRING SHIPMtNT OF I Pittsburg Perfect Electrically Welded I Fences No Maps to get loose or hold moisture and rust Every rod of fence is made of especially tested Heavily Galvanized Steel Wire Write or Call j for Catalogue Sold only by Iii I i Buggy Rugs of All Kinds aoII r LANTERIn this county on Saturday the two nrold infant child of Mr Jason Lanter and wife of pneumonia The remains were laid to rest in I our cemetery on Saturday afternoon TIMBER LAKE In Winchester on Monday Mrs M E Timborlake I mother cityMrs of yrs W H Hoge of this Timbcrlake was a devout Christian and a member of tho Baptist Church Only two weeks I before her beloved husband passed away after a married life of over 53 years After his heath this Timborlake seemed to lose her hold I on suddenly life and failed rapidly dying Many friends here are saddened by her sad den call NEAT In New Albany Ind on 4 Sunday Mrs Hettio Williams seat widow of the late Dr A seat aged 82 years of pneumonia Mrs Neat was tho sister of Dr U V Williams and was born And raised in this county and lived here until about tho breaking out of the Civil War Her husband was a surgeon in tho Federal Army sirs Neat was an earnest Chris ian woman a member of the I Christian Church She leaves ono iIbrotlHJr Dr U V Williams two slaughters Mrs Emory L Ford of Detroit Mich and Mrs Estell Brinkley of Sew Albany Ind and one son Mr B C Neat of Sew Albany a member of the Him of Peter Neat Richardson Co of Louisville The remains were laid away in the New Albany Cemetery by the side of her husband and sin This leaves Dr Williams the lost of a larire land highly respected family Ho has the sympathy of many friends in his BLACKBURNn1llctionI near Woodlake this county on Wednesday at 3 oclock a m Mr Burbridge Blackburn aged 08 years of consumption Mr Blackburn was a genial overJment Pie had followed farming nil his life He was a member of Providence Baptist Church Ho leaves a wife und ono sister r Mrs Bottio Benton to mourn his death He was the last but one of a largo and highly honorable family of sons and daughters of the lute Mr Thos Blackburn of tills county Ho was our schoolmate and i friend through tho long years that ifstretch from the old stone school l in tho oOs at Woodlake i down to the present He was a tt gallant soldier in the Confederate rArm Ho hitch suffered from pul tmomu trouble foi nanny years and a game fight to tho last sit- tingf up in his room only time day f before lie passed away Ii May he rest in peace i Wo tender to his desolate and lonely wife our sinorest condolence rhofuneral and burial took place u this services being i conducted by Rev Dr 1l B Adams und the remains fplaced in time family lot lJOingI cemetery t Dr Weavers Syrup nnil dIoISuccessful treatment for blood and akin i v COrn u RECENT DEMISE OF A SOUTH KUX WOMAN WHO KEPT U N DERG R O UN D STA TI ON Down at Port Tobacco Southern Maryland where colonial customs still prevail and the telephone and the telegraph are still almost un known there was hurled recently Miss Olivia Lloyd famous through rnInulsthe underground railroad between Washington and Richmond anti although her place was surrounded and searched several times so sharp was her lookout surd so care horIdise She convoyed clothes money and letters through the lines from prisonersOne itln intrusted 80000 bank notes to Miss Floyd She inI the money in the shifting of a sock Federal soldiers searched the house and even sat upon the hassock ignorant that it contained a fortune The full amount of this deposit subsequently was loturneJ to the owner She assisted many escaped prisoners to pass the lines hiding them in the woods and feeding them until an opportunity for escape oc curred and then passed them across the PotomacRichmondI1- iminesDisputcln jC 70Rx1Bears Slgnatlo of A BOULEVARD IMPROVEMENT Deputy Jailer Walter Wigginton lies somewhat changed the order lof things at Castle Bridges All county prisoners sentenced for misdemeanors are being put to work on the boulevard between the two bridges He is widening tho roadway und putting in drains to carry off the surface water This roadway limes been In bad condition for a long time and wo rejoice to see this work done Dr Weavers Syrup Purifies the blood Cerate ointment for the akin TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I the Sheriff of Franklin County KV recommend to time public Smiths Agriculture Liniment as an excellent remedy for Rheuma tism Bruises Backache Strains Old Sores Poisonous Bites Sore ness through tho Lmms Sore Throat Diphtheria and the like having used it in my family for yearsYours very trul 22Jhn R C HIEAIT Sheriff LATEST STYLES IN WALL PAPER T have n full lino of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and examine stock C M J3RIDGBFOHDIMain Street Opposite Engine Mouse 23tfWANlEITwo mon in each county to represent and advertise hnrilwaro department put out samples of our goods etc Traveling position or oflloo manager Salary 50 per mouth cash weekly with nil expenses paid in advance We furnish THE COLUMBIA HOUSE Chicago Ill Dopt 010 234 Fifth Ave 244t r lb rf rJ ij l1 MARRIED SPIIDDELLPACETn this city on Wednesday Mr Louis Shiddell and Miss Alice Pace both of Monterey were married HULETTE YHIIIiPSTn this city on Thursday Mr Harry T PhilIIliPS House on Wednesday Mr Leonard Webb and Miss Mary G Vaughn wore married by Rev Anson Gaines HUGHES COUHnA N E A n notiucement is made of the ap proaching marriage of Mr las W Hughes Jr of Woodlake and Miss Edwina Cochrane of Eminence Mr Hughes is a hustling and popular young farmer His bride tobe is said to bo n handsome and attractive Henry county belle RUMPFREADIn Louisville on Tuesday Mr John Rumpf of Versailles and Miss Susie C Read of this county wore married by Rev Mr Creek of the Southern Presbyterian Church The groom is a well known and reliable contractor and builder His bride is tho daughter of the late Mr Alfred B Read and wife She is a tine young lady domes tic and am We lableIFOR YOUR SUNDAY DINNER The Young Ladies Aid Society of tho First Baptist Church will have for sale today in tho room formerly occupied by the Safety Vault and Deposit Co in tho Hume building next door to the Frankfort Hotel cakes pies candy etc Dont forget this when ourIsonableIScald hNdl eczema of the scalp very saver sometimes but it can bo eared Doans Ointment quick and permanent in its results At nay Jrug store 50 cents HURl IN RU1AWAYI verIImobile belonging to Louisville parties and jerked Mr Argebuss lout of the vehicle bruising and otherwise injuring him Tho horse then ran away with tho buggy smashing behind it Mr Argobuss received slJr lcnl attention at ou SA So7ceoI 11BllLoJdo InmIIIfuture Mr W F Smith of Bollovtio hits purchased tho brick residence belonging to time State National Batik on Capitol Avenue for 5000 RisersLlttlThe famous little pills Dr Weavers Treatment Sjnp purifies the blood Cerate heals akin eruption f J r 1Botht DEATH OF AN COLORED WOIAI Ir Margaret Kibble colored in this city on last Tues day morning after a shot t ill ness and was buried from tho Corinthian Baptist Church on nIle11withserved the family of Tanner of this ollico for ten 01rs1 and was highly esteemed worthy and faithful lntIBaWltts Utlo eaByRisers The famous little pills e ANNOUNCEMENTS ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R The Illinois Central maintains Double Daily Service and operates the best of trains with Dining Cars BulletLibrary Curs Chair Cars and Sleeping Cars from Chi cago St Louis Cincinnati and Louisville south of Now Orleans Time best road for reaching time Win tot Tourist resorts of tho South including New Orleans Vicksburg GulfportMiss Hammond La- Mardi Grits at New Orleans February 27 05 Gulfport is a Mexi can Gulf Coast resort havinti tho now fine Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamers sailing from New Orleans for Mexico Central America Panama West Indies deIIabove Havana via New Orleans Havana Cuba Is hoot reached via time Illinois Central through service to Now Orleans and tho new ocean liner twinscrew nlno toenknot S S Prince Arthur leaving Now Orleans every Wed nes lay at 400 p m and arriving at Havana at sunrise Friday morning Hot Springs Ark Florida Daily Sleeping Car without change comicanti and Louisville Through Dixie Flyer Sleeping Car Line St Louis to Jacksonville via Nashville Chattanooga and Atlanta IMexico California Special Tours of Mexico and Cali fern in via thu Illinois Central and Sew Orleans under the auspices of Raymond C Whitcomb will loavo hlcag Fridays February hid und February 28d for Mexico and Cali firnni time last to include stopover at New Orleans fur tho Mardi Gras privlLtoIing trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion oars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via New Or leans and the Southern Route every Friday from Chicago every Tues day from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and tho Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago Full particulars concerning all of the above can be had of agents of tho Illinois Central and connecting lines or by addressing either of tho undersigned JOS RIGGS D P A Cincin nati F W HARLOW D P A Louis ville JOHN A SCOTT A G P A Memphis H HANSON P T lJ 1A Chicago S G HATCH G P A IGtAl Chicago if VANTEDBy Chicago wholesale and mail order house assistant manager man or woman for this county and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent JNo Investment or experience re quired Writo at once for full par ticulars and enclose selfaddressed envelopeCOOPER it CO 1H2 Lake St Chicago Ill ia12t f Fine Trains l TotFLORIDAVI- ASOIITIIEBN RAILWAY AND QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE iFlorida Limited leaving Lou isville S a m daily connects at Danville Ky with solid train of Pullman Sleepers and vestibule coaches via Chattanooga and At lanta arriving Jacksonville at 850 In m and St Augustine 10 a m next day without change Dining routoILouis Lou turdAtm sold St Augustine at 10 p m next day From Danvilln this is solid train of Drawing Room Sleep i ors Composite Car Observation Car etc Dining Car servos all meals en route Via the Land of the Sky Pull man Sleeper loaves Louisville 745 p in daily running through toaKnoxville w uro connection is mantle at J1I5 a m with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Asheville Columbia and Savannah arriving Jacksonville 0 a m WINTER TOURIST TICKETS Toad returning until May 81st are now on sale daily at low rates i VARIABLE TOURS I Going via Ashvlllo and Laud of t the Sky and Sapphire Country and roturllillgvinAtllntaancl Chat tanooga or vice versa For the Land of Sky Winter Homos other handsomely Illustrated Booklets folders rates etc adIdruis any agent of the Southern Ry or C H HUNGERFORD D P At Louisville Ky G Louis B ALLEN A G P A St tIW C RINEARSON G P A C Route Cincinnati O QiDec 80t April Its the little colds that grow into big colds tho big colds that end in jPineKILLHECCUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS I 1KingsNew V FOR cONSUMPTION J60cII Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK VUILi Yl f KiiXu Ial2CEzaattl irW Saturday Is A SpeciallReninant Salet za 9 t New line New Muslin Underwear just received j FARM ERS Held at Ky 27th and 28tli and March If NI Under the of the State of Labor and For tho tof and The of the State is to bring the farm ers of the State into closer re lation with each other and with the of for their benefit to in ideas to legis lation for the benefit of the farmers and to lift to the fore front of States The is to be the central body of in the State and it is to be made a insti tution The local clubs or insti tutes am to become of this body and they will be ex to send to the State to take part in the and to the needs of their The State body will work in con with the State of and will serve to bring the and the ment into close with one to the end that tho may be to get direct and from it soon as the are as it is the purpose to erect a and elect officers as Second Vice shall have one vote the may for Itself tho manner of on all before it u SAFE AND possess euro human maladies Is well I the Indian had learned curative value of some of these taught the lall settlers their uses Tho same root called Blue Coliosh in hl8I Favorite com bined with other agents that male it moro effective thou any other medicine In curing all the various painful to Many alllicted women have been sa from tilt table and the sur geons knife by the timely use of Doctor Favorite Tender ness over the lower tclvic region with spells of falutness bearing down pains or distress should not go A course of Favorite Pre will work benelit in all cases and effect a cure If In for a math of time Tho Is u agent pured from native nw a drop of alcohol whereas all other sale for ailments contain largo of liquors which are very to delicate women con talus neither alcohol nor harmful habit drugs All its are on each bottle wrapper It is u tonic In to the or women work in store It sit at the or sowing or hear Iwu Dr will trove a benefit because of its health and power For tho true scientific cure Is Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets Mild yet surer 1 1 i 1 on FlannelettesStocks p S D JOHNSON 00 l iANNUAL STATE 1FJRS11 INSTITUTE Frankfort February Auspices Department Agriculture Statistics Dovelopmo Kentuckys Agricultural Kindred Interests OBJECT object Farmers Institute Department Agriculture mutual terchange encourage Kentucky agricultural Institute farmers permanent members poeted delegates meetings deliberations present respective counties Junction Department Agriculture farmers Depart contact another farmers enabled substantial benefits ORGANIZATION- As delegates sembled permanent organization follows PresidentFirst President President Secretary TreasurerEach organizationbutaftor Institute determine voting proposition csoming HADE FROfl NATIVE ROOTS RELIABLE llantsgrowing Iof untutored tllI hiIsquaw Prescription skillfully derangements peculiar weaknesses UllliI operating 41lercos Prescription backache dizziness unheeded scription marvelous generally 1IlCrmanont harmless persisted belnI spirituous through druggists harmfultospeclally ingredients printed powerful invigorating Imparting strength weakyanddebilitated Islwclallschoolroom typewriter whoI mothers household Urdun8i Prescription priceless restoring strengthgiving constipation harmless Flyer prices and Belts REPRESENTATION While each county will have one vote in tho matter of organization it is urged that every county send as many delegates as will agree to come It is very important to the agricultural interests of the State that this tho first State Institute should be n signal success- PROGRAMME While the programme has not yet been completed some of the most eminent lecturers in the country have been invited to participate and it can confidently be said that it will bo one of the most interest- Ing piogrammos over carried out in this State Among those invited to participate are Dr Cyril G Hopkins of Illinois University P G Holden of Iowa Joseph E Wing of Ohio Gifford Pincbot head of the National Department of Forestry Prof J IC Patteron of Kentucky Stato College Prof M A Soovell Director of thin State Experiment Station Prof H Gar man State Entomologist and other men of national reputation includ expertGovernor be in vited to deliver tho address of welcome for the State and Mayor E E Hume will louver tho address of welcome for Frankfort Pro grammes will be sent out as soon as completed REDUCED RATES Application has been made for reduced rates on all railroads in the State Delegates are requested to take certificates from agents in order that they may get the advantage of reduced rates returning- ENTERTAINMENT The Frankfort Business Mens Club will entertain the delegates at a banquet and other entertainment will bo provided including a visit to the Now Capitol Site The Business Nons Club will establish a bureau of information which will look after tho comfort of tho dele will LegIislnture Institute in a body Every county riculturallIllterestsand should see to it tha deter mined interested men ate sent as delegates Rflspeotfully HUBERT VKEELAND Commissioner e GAVE THE BUSINESS AWAY When Thomas drove up to tho usual quart of milk delierI tleman of the house quired Thomas how many quarts of milk do you deliver daily to your customersNinetyone sir A11 how many cows have you t Nine sir The gentleman made some remark about an early winter and the state of the roads and then asked Thomas how much milk per day nomgeI gentleman as ho moved oil Thomas looked after him scrdtched his head lord all at once grow pale as he pulled out a short pencil and began to figure on tho wagon cover Vine cows is nine and I set down seven quarts under the cows and multiply Thats M quarts of milk I told him I sold 91 quarts per day Sixtythree from 91 leaves 28 and none to carry Now where do I got the rest of tho milk Ill bo hanged if I havent given myself away to one of my best customers by leaving a big cavity in those figures to be tilled with water m i L DONT FORGET OUR NOTION TABLE I oc for Paper Fancy Pins 50 for best Wash Rags lOc for good Dress Shields lOc for nice Combs lie for Hair Brushes loc for dozen Bone Hair Pins loc for best Talcum Powder 50 for Apron Gingham RELIGIOU3ASCENSION CHURCH Rev A B Chinn the pastor being away RPV Alexan der Patterson of Beattyville will preach at a tn and 780 p m Wednesday 780 p m Evening Prayer Friday Teachers Meeting at 715 p attend The public cordially 111I BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams D D the pastor will preach at IIn in and 780 p m 8undn school at 945 a m in the chapelBaraca Class at 945 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at chapelLeader Topic Three Life Secrets Prayermeeting on Wednesday night at 780 oclock in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 000 a m in Endeavor Society meets at 045 in the chape- lPrayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCH R e v Fattier Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p in Vespers at 780 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIANC- HURCHRev J MoC Blayney D D will preach at a m and 730 p Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris titan Endeavor at 080 p m Prayormeetinu Wednesday evening at 7rfO p in Visitors cordially welcomed METHODST fHURCHRev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Ep worth League at 045 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday to attend 11ICHURCHRev Win Crowe pastor will preach at a m and 710 oclock Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend e CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and the rich patient too can do much bettor at home b proper attention to food dlgostiolia- 1HI a regular use of Gorman Syrup morningIsso is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and tho exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can takingGermunlarly Should you bo able to go ton warmer clime you will find that consumptivesthere and regain strength are those that uso Gorman Syrup Trial bottlo 25c regular size The At all drug gists yr Jt W1 NJii u lc for Paper Flair Pius Jc for Card Hooks and Eyes 2c for Roll Tapp 2c for Paper Tina 4c for Box Hair Pins 4o for Finishing Braid 4o for dozen Safety Pins oc for dozen Pearl Buttons 3 f jr Lending Newspaper of tine Blue Grass Th Lexington Herald i FORJ500If paid in ad ante on or before January 15th06jRegular Rates 6 Per Year r FULL ASSOCIATEll PRESS RllPall8 = Connie Supplement and Dooleys Letters for 06 Daily Grain Produce and Live Stock market rcJports from all of the leading cities The most complete J neighborhood news The only daily paper that covers all of the happenings of Central Kentucky l- AddressiThe Lexington Herald Co J Lexington Ky Roundabout and Herald for one year in advance S575 I1 HANDSOME BOOKLET Mr W C Rinearson the genial and clever General Passenger Agent of the Q C R R has placed us under obligations for a copy of a very handsome booklet giving views along the line of that road It is a very handsome piece of work and the views given are exquisite Mr Rinearson will please accept our thanks for his courtesy e Dr Weavers Tcatment Syrup for the blood Cerate or akin eruption e PUBLIC SALE I will otter at public sale on the premises on the pike leading from BridgeIportat 10 n in all my STOCK CROP FARMING IMPLEMENTS HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE Terms made known on day ofI sale W F HEARNE Februal Yi 41 t IMPORTANT CHANGE OF THE TIME ON SOUTHERN RAILWAY On Friday December 1st the fol lowing changes in time of Southern Il etfectlvlSO at 7iiO n in will depart at 8 a in No 0 now leaving Louisville at 350 p in will depart at 880 p in No 23 now leaving Louisville 725 p m will depart at 745 p in No 24 now leaving Lexington at 010 a m will depart at 545 a m No 2 now leaving Lexington at 530 p in will depart at 5 p m Corresponding changes will be made at local stations and passen gore intending to use these trains should consult ticket agents for complete information C H HUNGERFORD D P A 12D15 genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures cold in one day ik V =ICHEAP RATE To New Orleans and Mobile Ac count of Mardi Gras One fare plus 23 cents for the Februaryl17 IJUfi For full particulars apply to C W HAY G P Jany 13to F 25 IINew 1TOIUTAH THE j II PACIFIC COAT In tiTeet Sunday May The new trains will leave St a points1o1UThrough sleeping car service for SanFran sco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address U T Q MATTHEWS Tray Pass Act Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gun Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCE rifCOPYRIGHTS c Anyone sending a sketch and description matt ascertain our opinion an Invention probably nbto ommunl tlonsfttrlctlyconUdcntlal on Intents patentPatentsnotice without charge in the Scientific American 1 handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest cirdilution of any aclontlUo Journal Terms years four months SL Sold by all newsdeale- rsMUNH4Co361Bfoad New York iBranch F St Wasblnuton D fr i s v LETTER FROM CHINA Canton Cihnn Dec 13 1905 Dear Brother You see I nm not waiting for store news ns you said yon had done but advised mo not to do writingtthe above sentence by a wedding procession The groom of course is not in it In front worn several men beating very loud hilt doloful gongs and blowing a shrill pipe- followed by a host of other men Aattichildren carry ing various sorts presentsi1A11011 these piosonts may be seen boxes chairs benches buik ots cooking utensils some provi Bions etc some of the things new elothlOgfIf f Neat the rear of the procession follows the bride in a highly deco r rated sedan chair This is only what in about two minutes 7 I hoard them shooting the crack ors just after getting out of sight This is tine of the most common l forms of worship among the Chinese They seem to fool that great noises will frighten the dovll away r Well it is needless to say I en r joyed your letter How glad I was to hear that a few more had been gathered into the fold and es- peciallyf to hear that II the boys t wore conning in The boys are r often in my mind and on my heart Please jiv e them my love How my heart goes out for the boys and g girls of a community and es ipocfolly n community where r have come to know them as J do those e1t to hoar of the good meeting at Wood lake Please re member mo kindly to Jiroand Mrs Iii Powers think of them often with fond memories of the sweet 4 experiences in their home And two more in onr let heartrntherIithe increased contributions of the Franklin Association and of Wilt lies successful career J had just been wondering where he was a- nd1what ho was doing I am expect 1 ng groat things from hUll I wish It jve had more young men like him How is your mother getting along now Tell her to write just a little and put it in your next letter TI do not mean to limit her to just a IS little but the little would be ap preciated You see I am hack in Canton an sorry to say I You have doubtless rend of the Lien Chow Massacre which oc 1111111deled comIposed school building und dwc1ingIhouses deIficriblnIn detail After burning all the houses und tantalizing the mission nries they followed them into uII cave with a temple at the en trance and which proved to bo only a trap into which a supposed friend had led They recognized that it was only a trap but too late mnrIelousuntil the mob of Shout six thousand had loft I can nut must not go into details further than that the five were found and drugged out of the cave stripped and jeered at by the brutal mob and then murdered Mr and Mrs Peel strong oul tured young people hud jest como out and had not been quito two lays in their station The young husband was murdered first in the presence of the young wife who standing thus exposed and forced to see what none but demon want to see couldI They the mob then went desecrated the graves of those who had already died on time field But I must not continue this prefer not to think of it Would that I could forget it Well wo were the noxt station nearest to Lion Chow and the antij American boycott agitators woro having regular meetings and stir up a people hitherto friendly rund had already threatened that should not remain in Yingtak An attempt had been made to burn Dr Hayes housenot yet com livYUpon this we received a message from our consul stating that the situation was growing wove and advising us to como at once to CantonSo bundled together a few clothes and readied Canton safely under a guard of soldiers Some of the other missionaries said that wo had barely escaped with our lives We came in an old cargo boat not tall enough for us to stand in null very filthy There were six of us grown people and two small babies Mrs Saunders and Mrs Hayes besides about twelve liinesetwo goats two largo hogs some chickens ducks otc and the cooking department We made the trip down in four days there being a good north wind with us most of the way Ihe Consul has gone to Lien Chow to try some of the leaders of the massacre and wo look for him buck today Much depends on the dis position of this Hist outbreak The harbor is pretty well filled with foreign warships Four of these and three by Ian the greatest and most powerful are A battleship two 11Ilrlcan011eII stlo ors and ono gunboat Wo are now waiting to soe what the Consul is going to do If matters can bo adjusted wo hope to re turn to Yingtak Dr Hayes and I may go time last of this week or the first of next but we shall not at tompt to take time women and children with us I fear however time trouble will not be easily settled I trust America will treat the Chinese justly but r am sure would not he advisable to open itI doors to all classes of Chinese time has not como for that yet If we must have it out with them why the quicker the better I think it would greatly hurt the United States just at this time to concede to the demands of China I am hero to do all I can for China but leniency on the part of time surgeon may sometimes allow the disease to eat more deeply Into the vitals of life I am glad I am here I prefer being hero to any other place in the world The very fact that such things can happen in China is the chief reason why I am here Bye and bye China will bo changed It is now literally and figuratively one huge graveyard a tremendous rotton mass but China is going to bo redeemed It must be I am expecting it Pray for us and for China Pleaso remember me kindly to Brother Taylor and all my friends there May the Lord bless you all Your devoted friend B P ROACH r u ROUGH HANDS MADE SMOOTH A man who once had rough horny hands made them soft and smooth with Witch Hazel Salve but ho used the genuine that bearing the ChlIetc no and affords almost immediate re lief from blind blooding itching anti protruding Piles Sold by J W Gayle FINE RAIN A fine rain visited this section on Tuesday night lasting until about 780 on Wednesday morning It washed tho dirt off of the streets nicely THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to time Pacific Coast or Puget Sound country during tho period of low rates pointsIyommfew suggestions of how host to see includingBanftdian Rookies a sea trip from Vie Expusitlonground Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta tho Mor mon capitol Salt Luke City anti its great delHI sea tho mines and mountains of Colmuki the sub lime Grand Canon that no brush has over Jollied anti to sac and reach nil by tho most comfortable and luxurious means of travel it would pay you to confer with a Monon Routo Agent while in Lou isville for his oliioo is litornll stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on tho subject and all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis youBothBacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky J tit jf For The Roundabout OBITUARY Mrs Mary K Quire died February 14 1505 Mrs Quire was the mother of Mr T C Quire the grocery nmn at Quire Ky She was a loving mother always ready to do what her hands could find to do Size leaves two children to mourn her loss Mr 7 C Quire and Mrs Anna Masters of Quire Ky Tho funeral was conducted by Rev J K P South of Jott Ky She was in yearMother never forgot thy loving kindnesses and know that you strove harI all through life and up to the moment of death FROM A FRIEND STAMPING GROUND slightlyimprovedhis recent illness IIrs Martha Lindsay has been sick for several days Master Loraino and Miss Bessie Miller of Fayetto county are guests of Mrs Sallie lowett and Corn Hay nee Daniel of Chicago Tlls is tho guest of her aunt Miss Sallio Branham Miss Sallie Branham is quite sick wIth bronchitis Our city lads have made some improvement on tho city hall They have placed a belfry and bell thereon and have passed an or dinance requiring all persons under sixteen years of ago to bo off the streets by 8 oclock p m Mr J G Bramlott who liven on the Owontbn pike three miles north of town had tho misfortune destroyodbyat 2 oclock a m Six horses a lot of corn hay etc and two buggies were burned up There was no in surance Mr Bramlett has been down with rheumatism for several weeks He is a haul working industrious man and his loss comes very hard on him just now A fine rain fell Nora Tuesday night und Wednesday morningUNO NEVER GRIPE OR SICKEN They never gripe or sicken but cleanse and strengthen tho stom ach liver and bowels This is the universal verdict of the thousands who use DoWitts Little Early Risers These famous little pills relievo headache constipa torpidliverLittle Early Risers Sold by r W Gayle Heig Watt8ISOQSPapCI Weekly CourierJournal and the ROUNDABOUTboth 150 Few people in time United States have nut heard of the Courier Journal Democratic in all things fair in all things clean in all things it is essentially a family paper Jay a special arrangement vo aro onahlod to offer tho WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL ono year and this paper for tho price named above Send your subscription for tho combination to usout to Courier Journal SPLENDID OFFER Wo are able to give tills splendid oil- erLouisville Herald AND Roundabout For one year for only 200IlII advance only paporSundayand your own local paper giving all tho homo news Send in your names and the elfish now r IThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne tho signature of been under supervision its to deceive All Counterfeits Imitations and i4 Justasgood arc but Experiments that with and endanger health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing1 Syrups It is Pleasant It neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea told Wind Colic relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation f and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep r Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYSi 1 Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years 77 ti 5 LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY WINTER IMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCT 1005 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No DailyEx LlacI No4I A M Leave i 110 StationsML9 II JA M 22 605 310 821 Winchester 1010I 528 860 018 Clay 489 408 023 144 Stanton 828 480 Natural Bridge 401 Torrent 2 847 4851J54 Benttyville Junction 826 oj 225 No nnd daily except Sunday other trains daily except Sunday 1KRySterlingTrainsand localstation J R CHARLES SCOTT General Manager G P A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY j MIS No No DuilyEx Stations IDaily ArI745I 0Lexlnton 01Tackson A MLvoJPM A M ArI iPM Ar 281 Jacksono 0 jK Junction 885 116 848 168 Wilhurst 417 1162 xr 840 162 Hampton 1168 192y1 J No Jl l2l will make closo connection at O k K Junction with Nos und for points on Lexington and Eastern RailwayM L Superintendentm SOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS TUB Henderson Route Reclining Chair Cars on all Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points St Louis COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS HATES 10 THE AND SOUTHWEST If you contomplnto a trip or a change of location in tho near future Got tho Henderson Route HabitIt tho comfortable lino and a comfortable train in traveling is acquireAtof miming you rates Wo have tho equipment tho train service tho free chair oars and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU J H GALLAGHER L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass Agt- HENDERSON ROUTE- LOUISVILLE KY t and has inado Ins per sonal sinco infancy Allow one yon in this trifle tho jj contains It WEST Ex undl No NoS Dally 0I 120 City 80tI Trains BARR DailyEx LveI tho CONLEY Free and WANT IIIDailyEx IExsuni MIsil HBO11ro Queen and GrescentRoute snoftest Route AN- DQuickest Scle u1ek BETWEEN i GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI t CHATTANOOGA ATLANTABIRMINGIIAM SHU EVE PORT NEW ORLEANS ANDTEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G E CLflRKE T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky t